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Maritime Forest - The Magestic Live Oak!
Join fellow naturalists For the Wild Amelia Maritime Forest Naturalist Program. We’ll explore the trees, plants and animals of our island forests. Florida Master Naturalist, Christina Nelson will lead us on a walk along the Willow Pond Trail in Ft Clinch. Ft Clinch has graciously agreed to allow us free admission to the park for this educational class! ( or you can pay the small entry fee to support the efforts of this magnificent park! ) The next three classes will be February 19, March 19, and April 16. Sign up and detailed information will be available on this Meetup about 3-4 weeks prior to the class. This event is free with the purchase of the “Maritime Forest” workbook for $5. The booklet can be purchased for $5 at the event OR at the Atlantic Recreation Center main desk at 2500 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach OR at the Wild Amelia Wild Nite series On the second Tuesday of each month. Please wear sturdy walking shoes and don’t hesitate to bring a Walking stick, as sections of the trail are uneven.

Ft. Clinch State Park

2601 Atlantic Ave · Fernandina Beach, FL

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    What we're about

    Wild Amelia is a group of local residents who have banded together to protect and to showcase the wildlife and natural beauty of our barrier island, Amelia Island, Florida, and surrounding areas. Year-round programs are designed to educate both residents and visitors about the plants, insects, and animals with whom we coexist. Through these programs, we hope to encourage greater understanding of the interrelationship of nature and humans and, through this understanding, to grow an enthusiasm for protecting and sustaining the fragile ecosystem of this area.

    Designed to educate and entertain both adults and children, our programs aim to promote a conservation ethic. Our goal is to develop a sense of stewardship for the wild things living on our barrier island and surrounding areas.

    Wild Amelia is a 501(c)3 non-profit run entirely by volunteers and welcomes everyone.

    You can learn more about Wild Amelia at http://wildamelia.org

    We look forward to welcoming you!

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